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Columbus Zoo Rehab Welcomes Goober the Manatee! October 24, 2017

Goober, currently weighing in at 365 pounds is now at the Columbus Zoo for rehabilitation. Greetings! It gives me great pleasure in telling you my good friends at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio recently welcomed their second manatee in a month. Say hello to Goober the manatee! With the addition of Goober, they now have…

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Manatee Trivia (Part 4)! May 3, 2017

The subspecies of the West Indian Manatee includes the Florida Manatee and the Antillean Manatee. Greetings! OK – let’s continue manatee trivia with my fourth installment for you. It’s worth repeating that we manatees are very large marine mammals with two flippers and a body tapering down to a paddle-shaped tail. Here’s some more very…

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Extraordinary Informational Picture Book Power (Part 5) November 11, 2014

“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.”― Albert Einstein This is the final blog on the eight factors for evaluating informational picture books. These factors include: Both the text and the illustrations should explain the information clearly.  They should be interesting, stimulating and entertaining. It…

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Extraordinary Informational Picture Book Power (Part 4) November 6, 2014

“The difference between children and adults is that they’re shorter – not dumber.”― Mo Willems This blog is a continuation on the eight factors for evaluating informational picture books. These factors are: Both the text and the illustrations should explain the information clearly. They should be interesting, stimulating and entertaining. It should be clear from…

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Extraordinary Informational Picture Book Power (Part 3) November 3, 2014

“Freedom of teaching and of opinion in book or press is the foundation for the sound and natural development of any people.”― Albert Einstein This blog is a continuation on the eight factors for evaluating informational picture books. These factors are: Both the text and the illustrations should explain the information clearly.      …

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